1992 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his activity in Atomic and Nuclear Physics, pioneering the use of polarized electrons as projectiles in new scattering experiments, and for his numerous activities on behalf of the atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics community
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Ecology, Public administration, Collective action and Ecology. His studies in Public relations integrate themes in fields like Public policy and Environmentalism. His Public administration research integrates issues from Transportation planning and Social capital.
His Collective action study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Enforcement. His Enforcement study also includes
Mark Lubell mostly deals with Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Sustainability, Corporate governance and Collective action. His work in Environmental resource management tackles topics such as Agriculture which are related to areas like Climate change and Social capital. His work deals with themes such as Economic growth and Management science, which intersect with Sustainability.
His research in Corporate governance intersects with topics in Regional science, Ecology, Interdependence and Adaptive capacity. His Collective action study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Public relations, Transaction cost, Public policy and Public good. He has included themes like Public administration, Environmentalism and Outreach in his Public relations study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corporate governance, Environmental planning, Food security, Agriculture and Regional science. His Corporate governance research includes elements of Public economics, Social group, Adaptive capacity and Public administration. His research investigates the connection between Public economics and topics such as Institutional analysis that intersect with problems in Sustainability.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Network governance, International development and Environmental resource management. His studies examine the connections between Environmental resource management and genetics, as well as such issues in Multivariate probit model, with regards to Portfolio. He combines subjects such as Collective action and Environmental governance with his study of Groundwater.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Corporate governance, Regional science, Governance system, Economic geography and Polycentricity. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Social network analysis, Climate resilience, International development and Agriculture. His research integrates issues of Social capital and Food security in his study of Regional science.
In most of his Polycentricity studies, his work intersects topics such as Ecology.
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Trust and Taxpaying: Testing the Heuristic Approach to Collective Action
John T. Scholz;Mark Lubell.
American Journal of Political Science (1998)
Watershed Partnerships and the Emergence of Collective Action Institutions
Mark Lubell;Mark Schneider;John T. Scholz;Mihriye Mete.
American Journal of Political Science (2002)
Building Consensual Institutions: Networks and the National Estuary Program
Mark Schneider;John Scholz;Mark Lubell;Denisa Mindruta.
American Journal of Political Science (2003)
Governing Institutional Complexity: The Ecology of Games Framework
Policy Studies Journal (2013)
Conformists and mavericks: the empirics of frequency-dependent cultural transmission
Charles Efferson;Charles Efferson;Charles Efferson;Rafael Lalive;Rafael Lalive;Peter J. Richerson;Richard McElreath.
Evolution and Human Behavior (2008)
Environmental Activism as Collective Action
Environment and Behavior (2002)
Agroecology: A Review from a Global-Change Perspective
Thomas P. Tomich;Sonja Brodt;Howard Ferris;Ryan Galt.
Annual Review of Environment and Resources (2011)
Applying evolutionary models to the laboratory study of social learning
Richard McElreath;Mark Lubell;Peter J. Richerson;Timothy M. Waring.
Evolution and Human Behavior (2005)
Belief Systems and Social Capital as Drivers of Policy Network Structure: The Case of California Regional Planning
Adam Douglas Henry;Mark Lubell;Michael McCoy.
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (2011)
Collaborative Watershed Management: A View from the Grassroots
Policy Studies Journal (2004)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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